Technology and Learning
Team Retreat, October 28, 2013, Encino campus
To partner with faculty to develop innovative and helpful ways to foster learning using educational technology.
GOAL 1: RESEARCH
To research technologies and trends in higher education
Assess the learning technology needs of Pepperdine Attend conferences and webinars Participate in listservs Read journals and academic publications
GOAL 2: PARTNER
To partner with faculty to develop effective teaching models using technology
Consult with faculty about existing and/or future initiatives Build a peer learning community Develop learning technology solutions for the academic community
GOAL 3: PROMOTE
To promote the effective use of educational technologies
Initiate faculty outreach Conduct seminars and workshops for faculty on learning technologies Produce self-help training materials (webpages, videos, screencasts) Present findings at conferences and/or in journal publications
Web Conferencing Pilot
TechLearn 2014 (Sept. 17?)
Sakai: Faculty Photos in Sakai
Sakai: Enable photos in Forums
Sakai: Student doc into web pages
Sakai: Feature request process
Faculty Database and Reporting
Spring 2014 FacProfDev (Feb-March)
Summer 2014 FacProfDev (June)
Hosting Faculty: ELI (Feb)
Hosting Faculty: Apereo (June)
Faculty Speaker Series (Fall, Spring)
Faculty Steering Committee
Bb Collaborate administration
Personal Professional Development
IT committees (LC, professional development, WRC)
Chair 2014 Apereo Program Committee
Contribute to Sakai CLE documentation
Where do we go from here? What will we look like? Where will we be located and who will we serve?
How can we expand our services to empower professors to use technology effectively? Should we be co-creating class content with our professors? Should we offer graphic design, video editing, and learning activity services? What does “help,” “consultation,” “support,” “development,” and “reporting” look like now and in the future?
Gingkoapp.com - https://gingkoapp.com/p/pricing/
Mindomo.com - http://www.mindomo.com/edu/pricing.htm
Youcanbook.me - https://youcanbook.me/feature/nonprofit
Google Drive - https://drive.google.com/a/pepperdine.edu/#my-drive
Finding and testing new tech tools for faculty members is a core goal - investigating Ginko supports this!
Saw Landon viewing. Saw his note. Not as “real time” as Google Docs, but interesting so far! Thanks for testing, Landon!
My color seems to be green. Landon’s blue?
Promoting Dr. Corrado’s FSS
Join Dr. Sharyl Corrado as she discusses tips on making the switch to paperless in her classroom.
Writing — handwriting problems
Managing course work (grading, processing, feedback)
Efficient (less paper, more engagement)
This is not about saving trees or saving photocopy expenses. It’s about saving YOU time.
EFFICIENCY / TIME
Spring FPD promotional:
Online Faculty Professional Development Program
February 10 – March 17
Earn $250 stipend at the end of the program
Lead by faculty mentor Dr. Margaret Riel
Join us for this 6 week program to learn more about…
Pedagogy methods that help strengthen students for better leadership skills
Technologies that engage your students while simplifying your teaching needs
To sign up contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seats limited to 15 participants
Full-time and adjunct faculty welcome
*Adjuncts must have an active teaching contract
Clear picture of deadlines and tasks
Ditto. Roadmap of the academic year.
Key milestones (what and when and who).
What are our professional development goals and opportunities to grow personal and team expertise?
Time to work on faculty database and new programming opportunities for online projects (Google App engine / PHP).
Scheduled outline for spring FacProfDev. Week by week outline.